Over the River and Through the Woods

Hey there friend! Are you ready to head over the river and through the woods to Thanksgiving? Last night around five o’clock, I received a text message from our school district announcing cancelation of school for the next two days due to illness and not having enough subs. As you can imagine, our children were…

A Snowy Weekend in the Middle

Hey there friend! Did you have a good weekend? I hope you found some time to relax doing something you enjoyed. I often times find it difficult being idle and rest for me often times looks like doing something that is different from what I do during the week. Sometimes that is doing something creative,…

Life Gets Sweeter in the Middle.

Hey there friend! Can you believe we are already a week into November? I’m not sure about you, but this past weekend Southwest Ohio experienced high winds and unseasonably warm temperatures. You certainly won’t catch us complaining about warm temperatures in November! It made tackling some of those last-minute projects we’ve been working on absolutely…

🎙️Hauntings at the Homestead-New Podcast!

Hey there friend! I’ve got a fun podcast episode for you this week. I’ve been asked directly and in round about ways if our home is “haunted.” For some reason the word “haunted” seems dark and unfriendly and this home is certainly opposite from that. Many of the Wehr family members were born in our…

Mid-week “hello” from the middle!

Hey there friend! Anyone else feel like you’ve been running non-stop the entire month of October? The fall is a busy time for our family out here in the middle. With school well under way, we find ourselves on the go in the evenings. We are typically running to one of the kiddo’s practice or…

The Homestead is in a Magazine!

Hey there friend! I’m hoping you had a wonderful weekend! We spent a lot of our weekend outside, so we were lucky to get to take in all of the beautiful leaves everywhere we went. It’s remarkable how many shades of orange, red, and yellow there are and how collectively the trees are like a…